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Anyone caught not wearing a mask at airports in Western Australia will now cop a $50,000 fine, after drastic measures to stop a mutant strain of Covid came into effect. Anyone caught not wearing a mask at airports in Western Australia will now cop a $50,000 fine, after drastic measures to stop a mutant strain of Covid came into effect. 

Covid Western Australia: Maskless travellers to be fined up to $50k | Daily Mail Online

NSW health authorities have worked through the night to track down anyone linked to a “concerning” coronavirus cluster at a Brisbane hotel quarantine facility.NSW health authorities have worked through the night to track down anyone linked to a “concerning” coronavirus cluster at a Brisbane hotel quarantine facility.

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The Victorian Health Department continues to work through more than 11,000 exemption applications for entry into Victoria.

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Anyone who goes through or picks up someone in a vehicle from Perth Airport must now wear a mask unless they meet exemption criteria.Anyone who goes through or picks up someone in a vehicle from Perth Airport must now wear a mask unless they meet exemption criteria.

Australia is on high alert against a mutant COVID-19 strain.Australia is on high alert against a mutant COVID-19 strain.

Western Australia rolls out $50k fines for mask mistake

'We can’t stop that, we have to be honest and upfront about that,' Gladys Berejiklian said."We can’t stop that, we have to be honest and upfront about that," Gladys Berejiklian said.

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Mark McGowan is on track to win re-election, based on border populism and China's appetite for iron ore. But the Premier's luck may soon run out.Mark McGowan is on track to win re-election, based on border populism and China's appetite for iron ore. But the Premier's luck may soon run out.

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